The alleged HTC 'Volantis', purportedly the next Nexus tablet, has leaked online again, this time in a blurry image accompanied by purported specifications.
Serial tipster, @evleaks, has posted some of the specifications HTC 'Volantis' along with a macro shot of the alleged tablet that shows the rear panel. However, GSM Arena claims that the leaked image is a fake one.
@evleaks also claims that the 'Volantis' will feature an 8.9-inch (2560x1600 pixels) WQXGA display; 5GB DDR3 RAM; 64GB inbuilt storage; 5- or 8-megapixel camera with full-HD recording. In-line with earlier leaks, the alleged HTC Volantis is said to powered by a 64-bit Tegra K1 processor.
However, the serial tipster notes that the RAM value is not final and might change at launch. Further, the HTC-made tablet codenamed Volantis will sport the BoomSound feature, also seen in HTC's flagship devices.
Earlier, a report claimed that the alleged HTC Volantis will see light of the day in Q4 2014 and would be priced at $399 for the 16GB version, and $499 for the 32GB version.
Further, a leaked image of the rumoured Volantis tablet was leaked and appeared to be cross between the LG's Nexus 5 and Asus' Nexus 7 (2013) tablet.
Reports for a while have been indicating that Google's next Nexus tablet could be introduced with Android's newer version and KitKat's successor, the L build of Android, which was unveiled at I/O 2014.
However, all these leaks should be taken with a pinch of salt as neither Google or HTC have not mentioned anything about the upcoming Volantis tablet, and the leak's legitimacy remains questionable.